Sussex Life|July 2020
This year Brighton artist Faye Bridgwater made a conscious decision to get her art out into the world, following a memorable appearance on Sky Arts’ Landscape Painter of the Year.
She hadn’t reckoned for the coronavirus lockdown, which canceled several exhibitions, and postponed a chance to include her home in Queen’s Park in the annual Artists’ Open Houses trail for the first time. And the pressures of childcare as schools closed meant that her usual schedule of making artwork between 9 am and 3 pm went out of the window while she looked after her children.
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